214A2 Karter Scientific Evaporating Dish, Porcelain, Glazed, 125ml (Pack of 10) by Karter Scientific at Dupen Labs. MPN: 214A2. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Karter Scientific® is a registered trademark in United States of America. To maintain quality control, authorized permission is required in the resale of our products. Coated porcelain evaporating dish 125ml.Coated Porcelain. 125ml. Pack of 10.
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Heavy gauge nickel dishes have straight sides, flat bottom, and pour lip.Straight sides. Flat bottom. Pour lip.
A shallow form evaporating dish with lip, rounded bottom edge, and vertical sides. Glazed inside and outside except for bottom and rim. Capacity: 100ml. Height: 32mm. Top Outer Diameter: 77mm.Works great in Labs, Classrooms or for Home Experiments!. 100mL. Glazed.
mpn: CH0072H, ean: 0849230013363,
Evaporating basin designed to evaporate excess solvents to produce a concentrated solution or a precipitate. Available in other sizes and both porcelain and borosilicate glass.High quality Porcelain. Easily wipe clean the inside. Designed to evaporate excess solvents to produce a concentrated solution or a precipitate.. Easy pour spouts on all models. Designed for use in the laboratory, but can be used in the home as well -- or even in a set for ''potions''..
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Thermal Shock Resistance - average coefficient of expansion from 20° C to 200° C is 3.56 x 10-5, gradually increasing to 4.69 x 10-5 at 1050°C. Every batch of porcelain is heat tested in our factory. Glaze - No softening occurs up to 1000°C, and it is extremely white. Resistance to Chemical Action - Resistance to acids and alkalies is excellent, except for hydrofluoric acid.Thermal Shock Resistance - average coefficient of expansion from 20° C to 200° C is 3.56 x 10-5. Gradually